Chloé Terrapon Chassot

Chloé Terrapon Chassot

Managing Associate
MLaw, LL.M., Avvocato




Telefono diretto: +41 58 658 55 37

Curriculum Vitae

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Chloé Terrapon is a managing associate in the Litigation and Arbitration Team. She specializes in the conduct of complex and multifaceted cross-border disputes relating to corporate governance, contract, commercial and insolvency law, as well as involving white-collar crimes and investigations.

Chloé’s practice focuses in particular on arbitration, and she has been involved as counsel, arbitrator or tribunal secretary in numerous arbitration proceedings seated in Europe and Asia (ad hoc or institution-administered under the Swiss Rules, ICSID, ICC, SIAC and HKIAC) notably related to shareholders disputes, post M&A, international sales, construction projects, as well as investment treaty law.

Chloé has been recognized as a 'Future Leader' in arbitration by Who’s Who Legal and is praised by peers and clients for her ‘outstanding analytical and writing skills', her ‘experience dealing with corporate governance disputes’ as well as described as ‘careful, considered and very aware of the client's needs’.

Chloé studied at the University of Fribourg (MLaw 2011) as well as at the Center for Transnational Legal Studies (CTLS) in London (Certificate in Transnational Legal Studies, 2010). She perfected her education with a Master in International Arbitration & Dispute Resolution from the National University of Singapore (LL.M. 2017).

Before being admitted to the Swiss Bar and joining Walder Wyss in 2014, Chloé worked as a student research assistant in the fields of international arbitration and European law, and trained at a major commercial law firm, as well as at the prosecutor office in the field of white-collar crimes and at a regional court. In 2017-2018, she gained further experience at an international arbitration firm in Singapore.

Chloé works in French, English and German. She is registered with the Zurich Bar Registry and admitted to practice in all Switzerland.

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